A blog post can be anything you want. You could easily write one that links up a bunch of articles on your site. Titles, summaries, links… all hand-crafted HTML. A “guide”, as it were. It will likely be appreciated by your readers, I find, especially when you’re linking up old evergreen content that is still relevant and useful today.
Without even realizing it, our perceptions are cross-referenced with our memories. Our brains conjure up an emotional reaction when our eyes see familiar shapes, colors, and textures. This fun exercise uses various styles of couches to help you make decisions about the emotional response that best represents the personality of your company (or how you would like your company to be perceived). … Read article “If Your Company Were a Couch…”
We’re talking SVG here, so here’s our base circle:
This is probably mostly a problem on “content” sites in which you smash things down into the ol’ tube of content. I don’t mind the tube, but I think Kevin is doing some smart … Read article “Do responsive sites have to be so tall on mobile?”
Unitless line heights are fine, but aren’t the only way to use it. If I want an exact, perfect vertical rhythm implemented in my stylesheets, I would absolutely use a line-height *with a unit*
Ethan Marcotte, on time- and budget-constrained organizations websites:
This plugin has blasted our dev shop through the roof when it comes to development best practices, in ways we never expected or intended. It forces us to use … Read article “Deploying From Bitbucket to WordPress”